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Re: clematis

Ditto, Kitty.....never heard of the C. heracleifolia....sounds interesting, 
will have to look that one up.

In a message dated 6/27/2003 10:16:15 AM Central Standard Time, 
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

> Your C. texensis hybrids do well up here too.  One of our display 
> gardens wanted C.t.'Lady Bird Johnson' but the only source I could find 
> was known not to supply particularly good product. So we ended up 
> getting the standard bearer 'Gravetye Beauty' (I think that's right) 
> which looks very much like LBJ. They have such lovely flowers.  This 
> year I got my first Shrub Clematis C. heracleifolia, aka Tube 
> Clematis.  Seems to be doing well but I don't expect flowers til next 
> year.
> Thanks for filling me in on those other clems.  I think I'll have to 
> hit the galleries and check out some pics!
> Kitty

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